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Category: Comic Reviews
We review the newest and best digital comics, from big name titles on platforms like ComiXology to essential indie titles and the latest app-based publishers.
Space Captain’s Chris Baldie warms up his 20 sided dice for some epic questing in the re-release of of the fantastic Rolled A One from BHP Comics
An ongoing crime thriller The Pale sees a sinister death in small town America and the FBI agent with an unusual affliction attempting to solve it. Can this series become one of comics most wanted or will it be a title that that gets away from us?
With it’s lengthy title, Boy Abducted By Aliens Returns is part of Accent UK’s Blessed/Cursed series. Writer Dave West teams up with Trujillo artist Gustavo Vargas for a story which sees a young boy disappear in mysterious circumstances, but was he really abducted by extra terrestrials, or is something else going on?
Stu Perrins and Israel Huertas’ Megatomic Battle Rabbit from Fair Spark Books sees an alien bunny crashes to Earth and befriend a young boy.
Following quickly in the footsteps of their recent sci-fi anthology The Theory, comes The Traveller a new steam punk time travel tale from TPub Comics with a trademark sting in the tale.
With Colin Bell and Neil Slorance’s cult classic, Dungeon Fun, being re-released via BHP Comics in May, what better time to look back at the outrageous early adventures of Fun Mudlifter and her pals!
We take a look at Hicotea (A Nightlights Story) the latest astoundingly beautiful book from Lorena Alvarez’s Nightlights series and Nobrow Press.
In Memoirs of a Book Thief Alessandro Tota and Pierre Van Hove explore the idea of existentialism in 1950s Paris through disillusioned law student Daniel Brodin.
The third book in Alexander Utkin’s series of Slavic folktales, Tyna of The Lake: Gamayun Tales Book 3, feels more like a Studio Ghibli movie than a classic fairytale